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TV is still the most common way for Americans to get local news, but fewer people are watching
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A growing number of news sites block incognito readers, figuring they’re probably trying to get around a paywall. But a change from Google will again let people reset their meter with a keystroke.
Plus: Updates from GlobalFact 6 and The Verge’s Facebook content moderation expose No. 2.
“When I was a beat reporter, I used to look at national news and say: How can I localize this? I feel like this is the other way around: What’s going on in our community that people can relate to across all platforms?”
“In the U.S., though there are some outlets with populist audiences — such as Fox and HuffPost — it is clear that the majority of outlets have audiences that are predominately non-populist left, such as The New York Times.”
“Our effort here is to understand what political speech looks like in Canada when it comes to advertising.”
A pilot aimed to engage Oakland’s Spanish-speaking residents with news via text.
Republicans are much more likely than Democrats to identify made-up news as a “very big problem.” They are also more likely to say that they see it “often,” and they are three times as likely as Democrats to blame journalists for creating it.
Plus: A new raft of misinformation research to read, and the actual dollar cost of anti-vaxxing.
Also, men’s faces actually take up more space in the pictures.